paper starburst ornament
paper starburst ornament

Paper starburst ornaments

I’m on such a Christmas paper ornament kick! I love that you can take something you already have like paper and turn it into something so beautiful. These paper starburst ornaments are one that I spotted a long time ago to make with the boys, but we ended up spiffing them up with some cut out decoration and I LOVE how it turned out! I think we need to make more, what do you think?! Plus, I think they’d make a great holiday break activity.

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Paper starburst ornament

This year was the year of paper Christmas ornaments! First it was the paper angel, then the Christmas hearts and now the paper starburst ornaments. In all honesty, I wanted to do 12 days of paper ornaments, but clearly it wasn’t my year ;). But for sure, next year when I can prep more.

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What I love about these ones is that they are SUPER simple to make yet so impactful with their fullness. Plus, add on the pretty cut out shapes (templates here) and it’s really so stunning. Of course, we had to put it into colorblock colors, but you could keep it all the same colors!

Paper Starburst ornaments

Materials (see above)paper starburst ornament

Instructions

  1. Cut squares of 3″, 6 for each ornament (can be more can be less–have fun experimenting!)
  2. Fold the paper in half each way. Fold the paper on the diagonal each way.
  3. Now bring the corners together and bring the squares together along the diagonal.
  4. Create 5 more.
  5. Glue each square together to create a circle. Before you glue the whole thing together, insert a ribbon to hang as an ornament.

Note: If you’d like to use the templates to create some visual interest, cut those first either on the craft cutting machine or by hand.

 

Paper Starburst ornament video

If you’d like some video instruction, hopefully this video helps!

 

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I’d love to see how yours turn out! Tag us with #LarsMakes or #HolidaysWithLars so we can see it!

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